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Public procurement reforms underway

In a bid to improve spending on goods and services, government will roll out public procurement reforms over the next three years. Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene announced this when he tabled the...

Budget 2015 underwhelming

In an interview with CBN, Peter Worthington, Senior Economist at Absa said he found the 2015 budget underwhelming, “It wasn’t terrible, but it certainly wasn’t a sterling piece of fiscal genius.”...

2015 budget speech evokes ‘neutral’ feelings

PwC - an industry-focused assurance, advisory and tax service provider - held a post-budget speech panel discussion at the Spier Wine Estate, Stellenbosch, Cape Town. The panel consisted of: Ian Kirk – Deputy...

Lack of health insurance and retirement in 2015 budget speech

Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene’s budget speech for the 2015/6 tax year did not reveal any details about proposed National Health Insurance and few on the postponed retirement reforms, meaning that South...

Deloitte’s budget commentary

Facing economic realities In his 2015 Budget Speech, Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene notes that the negative impact of the persistent electricity constraint is far-reaching and is not only holding back growth...


New electric vehicle charging station benefits local businesses

South Africa’s first electric vehicle road trip Africa (EVRT Africa) brought to the country by Generation.e, has launched a new electric vehicle charging station...

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